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Safety of Marcellus Shale Gathering Lines to Be Federally Regulated?

The federal government is considering the possibility of regulating the safety of gathering lines that serve the Marcellus Shale play in Pennsylvania, the head of the Department of Transportation’s Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration (PHMSA) told a Senate panel Monday.

January 30, 2013

WSI Forecasts a Cold Northeast for December, January

Adding another opinion to the muddled winter forecast scene, Andover, MA-based WSI Corp. said last week that it expects the November-through-January period to average cooler-than-normal temperatures in the major cities of the Northeast and parts of the southern Rockies and Southwest, while warmer-than-normal temperatures are expected across the rest of the northern U.S. and in the Southeast.

October 30, 2006

WSI Forecasts a Cold Northeast for December, January

Adding another opinion to the muddled winter forecast scene, Andover, MA-based WSI Corp. said Monday that it expects the November-through-January period to average cooler-than-normal temperatures in the major cities of the Northeast and parts of the southern Rockies and Southwest, while warmer-than-normal temperatures are expected across the rest of the northern U.S. and in the Southeast.

October 24, 2006

NEB Considers Petition to Make Entire Mackenzie System Open Access

Newcomers to the Canadian arctic natural gas scene have fired the opening shot in a battle for access to transportation services in the C$7 billion (US$6 billion) Mackenzie Gas Project sponsored by the producer old guard.

April 25, 2006

House Prepares for Grueling Energy Debate This Week

The House of Representatives will be the scene of vigorous debate this week over national energy policy when it takes up, possibly as early as Wednesday, comprehensive energy legislation that includes a number of measures proposed by President Bush.

July 31, 2001

Dynegydirect Muscles Into Online Trading Scene

Houston-based Dynegy Inc., setting itself up as likely competition for current online trading king EnronOnline, has launched Dynegydirect, its own B2B trading site for energy and communications commodities. The new system will give its customers self-service access to bid and offer prices across U.S. power, natural gas and natural gas liquids products.

October 23, 2000

Dynegydirect Muscles into Online Trading Scene

Houston-based Dynegy Inc., setting itself up as possiblecompetition for its cross-town Houston marketer Enron, has launchedDynegydirect, a B2B trading site for energy and communicationscommodities, which will give customers self-service access to bidand offer prices across U.S. power, natural gas and natural gasliquids products. CEO Chuck Watson said the site would extend thecompany’s “global reach through customized electronic solutions.”

October 17, 2000

E Is Everywhere in Energy Industry

The phrase “if you build it, they will come” sounds too ancientto describe the nascent e-commerce scene. Perhaps it’s moreappropriate to ask, “if everyone builds something, will they knowwhere to go?” The months ahead will see no dearth of online tradingoptions for energy and related properties, products and services asplayers scramble to create new sites or get on board existing ones.Among this week’s happenings:

April 3, 2000

Energy Industry Can’t Get Enough of E

The phrase “if you build it, they will come” sounds too ancientto describe the nascent e-commerce scene. Perhaps it’s moreappropriate to ask, “if everyone builds something, will they knowwhere to go?” The months ahead will see no dearth of online tradingoptions for energy and related properties, products and services asplayers scramble to create new sites or get on board existing ones.Among this week’s happenings:

March 29, 2000

First Gas Tapped and Delivered in Canadian Arctic

Canada’s Far North was the scene Friday (Sept. 10) of anatural-gas industry version of the small step for man but giantleap for mankind on the moon 30 years ago.

September 14, 1999
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